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Volume 57, Number 36    June 28, 2010         

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Asian American Studies
Professor of Asian American Studies Grace Yoo's study, "Remembering Sacrifices: Attitude and Beliefs Among  Second-generation Korean Americans Regarding Family Support," authored with Barbara W. Kim, was published in the April 28 issue of the Journal of Cross Cultural Gerontology.

Creative Writing
Creative Writing Chair Maxine Chernoff and Professor of Creative Writing Paul Hoover have published the 2010 volume of New American Writing. This edition of the annual journal contains the work of several alumni including Rae Armantrout who won the 2010 Pulitzer Prize in poetry.

Family Acceptance Project

Director of the Family Acceptance Project Caitlin Ryan was appointed to the Institute of Medicine Scientific Committee on LGBT Health. Ryan recently returned from a three-week visit to Spain and Portugal where she was commissioned by the Spanish government to present her research and family model of care for LGBT children to government and family agencies, and the press.

Health Education
Professor of Health Education Erik Peper co-authored the article, "Surface Electromyographic Biofeedback to Optimize Performance in Daily Life: Improving Physical Fitness and Health at the Worksite," in the Japanese Journal of Biofeedback Research.

Christopher Waldrep, the Pasker Chair in History, was awarded the Hughes-Gossett Award for the Best Journal Article from the U.S. Supreme Court Historical Society for his paper, "Joseph P. Bradley's Journey: The Meaning of Privileges and Immunities,” which was published in the Journal of Supreme Court History.

Professor Emeritus of History Bill Issel authored the recently published book, "For Both Cross and Flag: Catholic Action, Anti-Catholicism, and National Security Politics in World War II San Francisco."

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